I was just googling to see if the contractions of orgasm could upset the process of implantation...
There was some really mixed theories out there. SOme people think the increased circulation and blood flow could help, but apparently after IVF women are told not to orgasm for a length of time? SO..... was wondering your thoughts on it?
I heard that it doesn't really make much difference or help to get the sperm to the fallopian tubes but gentle contractions in the uterus can help the sperm along, but these happen without you having an orgasm anyway.
I tend to agree with you all to be honest, I don't think it makes much difference as when I fell pregnant with my DS I had not long met my husband and so we were er ....VERY active in our sex life but it was a theory I came across so was wanting to put it out there and see what others thought.
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